Wrongful death lawsuits leave family members financially drained. To avoid this from happening, plaintiffs can sustain themselves with the aid of Lawsuit Financial. We have helped many plaintiffs who have filed wrongful death claims as a result of the negligence of wrongdoing of someone else; we may be able to help two Columbus, Ohio families, too.
Two separate wrongful death lawsuits have been filed against a Columbus, Ohio apartment complex where a man and young boy drowned. When a 5-year-old boy fell into an icy pond, a man driving by stopped to help. He jumped into the freezing water while others called for help. The lawsuits state that an hour passed before help arrived, but the 30-year-old man had already been overtaken by the water and died at the scene. The child was taken the hospital and put on life-support, but died three days later.
The lawsuits claim that the apartment complex failed to put safety measures in place, such as a fence or barrier to prevent small children from entering unsupervised. The suit states that although the complex marks the pond as recreational, owners failed to post signs or warn residents in any way of the dangerous conditions.
Lawsuit Financial can’t bring back their loved ones, but we may be able to help avoid financial difficulties until the cases settle. Wrongful death lawsuit funding is a non-recourse cash advance which means that if the plaintiff loses the case, nothing is repaid. We only get paid if, and when, there is a successful recovery.
If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of someone else, and are seeking a lawsuit cash advance, contact Lawsuit Financial. We offer a flat rate for funding, no application fees, or monthly payments. After receiving your application and case records, we can approve a case within 24 to 48 hours. Visit us online to apply or call our office to learn more.